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The NPPP engages in research, debate, and public education to ensure that civilian applications of nuclear technology do not foster the spread of nuclear weapons to states or terrorist groups.

LATEST NEWS

NPPP book — now in paperback!
Nuclear Terrorism and Global Security: The Challenge of Phasing out Highly Enriched Uranium

 

NYT Op-Ed: Highly Enriched Danger
March 22, 2014

NPPP Report: IAEA Cannot Safeguard Nuclear Facilities against Theft, Diversion of Bomb-Grade Material
March 18, 2014

NPPP Reveals: Nuclear Summit Host Violates Own Security Pledge
March 13, 2014

CNN Op-ed: “How U.S. nuclear reactors are vulnerable to terrorists”
August 26, 2013

NPPP Reiterates DOD Relationship to Report
August 21, 2013

NPPP Releases Major New Study: U.S. Nuclear Reactors Vulnerable to Terrorist Attack
August 15, 2013
* New Report: Working Paper #1
* Press Release
* Press Conference: Streaming Audio Replay
* NBC-TV Today Show
* NBC-TV Nightly News
* FOX-TV
* YNN-TV
* Business Week

NPPP Highlights Forthcoming Study: U.S. Nuclear Facilities Vulnerable to Terrorist Attack
Institute of Nuclear Materials Management – Annual Meeting
July 17, 2013

State Department Undersecretary for Arms Control and International Security speaks at LBJ
Hosted by NPPP’s Alan J. Kuperman
March 8, 2013  [Watch the video]

Kuperman pens LA Times article on risk of nuclear Iran
April 1, 2012

LBJ School Colloquium: Terrorist Hiroshima?
March 29, 12:15-1:30pm, SRH 3.219/216
Alan J. Kuperman

Fox 7 TV: Kuperman on Iran’s Nuclear Program
March 8, 2012

Nuclear Risk Analysis Seminar — LBJ School
February 22, 2012
John Devin Biniaz, Office of the Secretary of Defense

2nd International Symposium on HEU Minimization
January 24, 2012

Prof. Alan J. Kuperman addresses 2nd International Symposium on HEU Minimization -- Vienna, Austria

Prof. Alan J. Kuperman addresses 2nd International Symposium on HEU Minimization — Vienna, Austria

January 18, 2012

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